KMos

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I am a retired administrative assistant/technician and a grandmother. I became interested in Find-A-Grave when I began researching my family genealogy in 2009. I have found, collected, and now maintain my great grandparent's, several 2nd, 3rd, & 4th great grandparent's, and additional family member's memorials. The memorials span our country to Chicago, Chester and Sparta, Illinois; to Frohna and Cape Girardeau, Missouri; to Chesterton, Indiana; to Elizabeth Township, Pennsylvania; and to Blackstock, South Carolina.

My family history expands across the sea to sailings of immigrant Lutherans in Germany and Prussia in 1836, 1839, 1881 and in 1889; Presbyterians in Ireland and Scotland in 1772, and Switzerland in 1850.

I appreciate so much the time volunteered by the Find-A-Grave members who are helping to preserve our family's heritages. I have met so many wonderful people who I now consider friends. Thank you, to all of you, for the many hours of volunteer work you are doing!

Karen

Family Surname Interests:

Paternal: Mueller, Martens, Ehrmann, Hornemann, Jutzi, Zahler, Tritter, Dickey, Skelley, McDill, Niles, Blackstock, Rosborough, Downey, Reed, Thompson, Cochran, Greenlee, Mitchell, Lockard, Means (Mains), Wiley.

Maternal: Kagel, Peters, Gaethke, Schade, Maack, Tess (Tessin), Bruhn, Knessebetken, Beckman, Ziggelkow, Wulff, Lebermann, Drevs, Bergmann, Kohn, Jacobs, Buetzow, Lemcke, Student, Rieck, Pinnow, Breezman (Bretzman), Leisziderst, Hank, Kemming (Kamming), Braum, Neuliep, Faves, Wiley.

I am a retired administrative assistant/technician and a grandmother. I became interested in Find-A-Grave when I began researching my family genealogy in 2009. I have found, collected, and now maintain my great grandparent's, several 2nd, 3rd, & 4th great grandparent's, and additional family member's memorials. The memorials span our country to Chicago, Chester and Sparta, Illinois; to Frohna and Cape Girardeau, Missouri; to Chesterton, Indiana; to Elizabeth Township, Pennsylvania; and to Blackstock, South Carolina.

My family history expands across the sea to sailings of immigrant Lutherans in Germany and Prussia in 1836, 1839, 1881 and in 1889; Presbyterians in Ireland and Scotland in 1772, and Switzerland in 1850.

I appreciate so much the time volunteered by the Find-A-Grave members who are helping to preserve our family's heritages. I have met so many wonderful people who I now consider friends. Thank you, to all of you, for the many hours of volunteer work you are doing!

Karen

Family Surname Interests:

Paternal: Mueller, Martens, Ehrmann, Hornemann, Jutzi, Zahler, Tritter, Dickey, Skelley, McDill, Niles, Blackstock, Rosborough, Downey, Reed, Thompson, Cochran, Greenlee, Mitchell, Lockard, Means (Mains), Wiley.

Maternal: Kagel, Peters, Gaethke, Schade, Maack, Tess (Tessin), Bruhn, Knessebetken, Beckman, Ziggelkow, Wulff, Lebermann, Drevs, Bergmann, Kohn, Jacobs, Buetzow, Lemcke, Student, Rieck, Pinnow, Breezman (Bretzman), Leisziderst, Hank, Kemming (Kamming), Braum, Neuliep, Faves, Wiley.

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